Worship

Sunday Morning Worship

Our regular worship is from 10:30am to 11:30am on Sunday morning.  Worship is lead by the pastor and a lay reader ... and includes congregational singing, music from the choir, usually a family faith focus (or children's message), prayer, scripture reading, and a sermon.  

Communion is generally served on the first Sunday of the month.  

Children - Sunday Worship 

Children of all ages are welcome in Sunday worship. For very young children and infants, we have nursery care available downstairs.  Ask an usher for directions and they'll be happy to have someone take you down and show you the nursery.  

There are activity bags available at the back of the sanctuary (in the left-hand corner as you enter) that have coloring books and crayons in them.  Feel free to pick one up and take it back to your seat.  

The glassed-in lounge just outside the sanctuary is wired in to the sound system.  So if your child isn't able to sit through the service or just needs to take a break, feel free to go into the lounge and listen to the service from there.

During the family faith focus, or children's message, the minister generally asks the children to come forward and sit on the floor at the front of the church.  Your children are welcome to come up, but if they're more comfortable remaining with you that's fine.


Wednesday Evening Worship

Our mid-week worship is from 7:30 to 7:45pm on Wednesday evening.  This worship service is part of our LOGOS youth ministry.  Each week the youth prepare a short worship service at the end of the evening which they share with parents, friends, and anyone else who wants to attend.  The format varies week to week ... but it can include prayer, singing, skits, poems, and always lots of energy! 

Special Services

Throughout the year we have special worship services.  Some are part of the various church seasons ... like Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Ash Wednesday, Easter sunrise, and Epiphany.  Others are focused on healing, music, or liturgical movement.  Many are also planned with the wider community, including the  Westbrook Clergy Association and other Westbrook churches.  
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